Was Einstein a Racist?

Fox News Title: Einstein’s diaries contain shocking details of his racism

There’s nothing shocking at all about what Einstein wrote in his diaries. Fox is exaggerating.

The man whose name is synonymous with genius was simply accurately describing what he saw during his travels. His observations about various peoples indicate a race realist, not a racist.

While he was critical to the Chinese, he praised the Japanese.

It would be great if Einstein were a racist, calling out “niggers,” Mexicans, and other low IQ populations for their stupidity and other negative characteristics.

Fox News

Newly translated into English, Albert Einstein’s private travel diaries from the 1920s reveal that he was racist in his early life, especially towards Chinese people.

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The Negro Nightmare: Negress’ Misbehavior Forces Everyone to Abandon Spirit Airlines Flight

Sheboon Safira Allen’s 20 minute Facebook video of her tormenting a group of Spirit Airlines passengers is embedded at the bottom of this post. But you don’t need to watch it.

WaPo lays out the details of the story in a quick read. In a nutshell, we have an entitled daughter of Obama lacking in self-control who ends up charged with several crimes, including assaulting one of the police officers arresting her.

Excerpt from the Washington Post

Safira Allen decided if she could not go to Las Vegas, then none of the other passengers on the Spirit Airlines flight were going either.

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Euro Woman Went to India to Feel Better, Ends up Drugged, Raped, Beheaded, Hung Upside Down in Forest

LIGA SKROMANE. HORRIFICALLY MURDERED IN INDIA.

Women who travel to third world countries should not expect that the same level of safety and decency applies there as in the West.

Liga’s stated reason for traveling thousands of miles to India was to be treated for her depression. She had to be a bit of a nutjob to think that the Hindu holy men could treat her successfully.

Rather than find help, she found two turban tops who deserve the death penalty for their crimes.

Daily Mail

A woman who travelled to India to treat her depression was drugged, raped and beheaded before her body was found hung upside down in a forest.

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Let’s Ride The Pioneer Zephyr, 1934 (Educational Video)

Negros, Mexicans, and Asians care only about racial politics. They want more than their fair share of the pie and they’ve successfully used government to get it.

The white race cares primarily about building something–leaving a legacy of greatness, much as the ancient Egyptians did with the pyramids.

Take three minutes to go dfor a ride on the Zephyr in 1934. It’s an example of a beautiful and useful object produced by the mind of the white man.

Read more at Wikipedia. The determination of the white man to overcome all obstacles is much in evidence in the story of the design and construction of the Zephyr.

The Zephyr sits in a Chicago museum today.

US Railroads in 1954 – Westinghouse Air Brake Company Trains Documentary (Nostalgia Docu-Drama)

You may recognize well-known character actor James Gregory in this great little color film.

Meet people and ride along with a train engineer in the half hour educational drama-documentary. People and cargo were moved without the benefit of computers when this was made. Life was good.

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Published on Apr 10, 2011

A “docu-drama’ from the mid 1950’s featuring a mix of real railroad action & re-enactments. The film stresses the importance of railroads on the industry of America and the lives of every American. .

One commenter captures the feeling:

Gee, I recall this film from a time when life was perfect. There were no wars, robberies, murders, rapes, stolen cars or bikes, senseless beatings,burglaries, bankruptcies, broken hearts, divorces, wife beatings, child abuse, substandard education or housing, evictions and foreclosures, burned lawns, dirty cars, mindless arrests or protests. Daily, we all would awake to, “isn’t it just so beautiful…another day of the American dream!” 

Flight To California 1952 (Nostalgia Film in Color)

27 delightful minutes of beautiful color film promoting air travel. This jewel has racked up a quarter million views since being published.

Published on May 29, 2008

A tour of Los Angeles, San Francisco and other California sites in the early 1950s

Perceptive comment. You’ll probably feel the same way:

Super Kyle
1 year ago
This is absolutely SURREAL, nice meals, legroom, wide seats, a cabin that’s full of smiling, polite, well dressed, sub 200 pound Americans who’ve bathed within the last 24 hours, it’s like I’m watching something from an alternate parallel universe.

TWA Boeing 307 Stratoliner Travelogue – 1940 (Nostalgia Aviation Film)

Hollywood stars go traveling on the latest and greatest airplane in 1940 America in this fragment of a longer film, which you can see in its entirety at the bottom of this post.

Less than five minutes. The color is faded but this is still and enjoyable short film that promoted Transcontinental and Western Airlines (TWA). Mary Martin was Larry Hagman’s (I Dream of Jeannie, Dallas) mother, I recall.

Classic Airliners & Vintage Pop Culture

Published on Nov 14, 2013

AMAZING COLOUR footage of one of only FIVE Stratoliners operated by TWA! Also airborne scenery from aboard a DC-3. The world’s first airliner to feature a pressurized cabin, the 307 utilised the wings & tail feathers from a B-17, with a completely new fuselage. Many thanks to the Rick Prelinger Archives.

Full length version of the same film. 19 minutes. Much more enjoyable than the sample. Rich and famous had its perks in 1940. Air travel was still in its infancy too.